Great Grimsby has been a safe Labour seat for decades but UKIP now views it as its most favourable northern constituency. Next year all the parties have to convince voters that they can make a difference. And UKIP has to prove it won’t “mess things up”.
Alan Cochrane has revealed he gave the prime minister advice as the pair shared a “moderately priced burgundy”.
Britain’s coalition parties are fighting to take the credit over the same road upgrade programme.
About time the prime minister got into the Movember spirit.
EU jobseekers will need to have a job before they can come to the UK, they won’t get “in-work benefits” for four years, and it will be harder for EU nationals to bring their partners to the UK. If the Conservatives win a majority at the general election, that is.
Johnson, the sister of London mayor Boris, claims she was hacked. The tweet has since been deleted.
The approach was “dangerous from a civil liberties point of view,” the director of the Open Rights Group Jim Killock told BuzzFeed News.
Twitter users made #CameronMustGo a viral topic, saying his government had failed to deliver on promises and cuts had affected the poorest in the country.
“No. No, I don’t, absolutely not.”
The Conservatives received nearly £7 million in donations between July and October.
Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour party, taunted the prime minister by wearing it and sitting opposite him.
The incident occurred in Leeds, where David Cameron was speaking about high-speed rail.
Rule, Britannia! Rule the waves!
Talk about a Freudian slip.
The prime minister chucked everything he had at wavering voters.
And some people seem to agree.
The shadow minister for education resigned from the position today over her party’s decision to support government air strikes against Iraq.
There are suggestions the government could launch air strikes as early as tonight.
A crucial vote is taking place in parliament today.
Cameron’s remarks were overheard as he spoke to former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The PM gets a lot of abuse on Twitter. We decided to give some of the messages a more personal touch.
This video shows footage of British Prime Minister David Cameron speaking about Iraq, followed by a message to all allies of America. The man executed is believed to be David Cawthorne Haines, who was previously shown at the end of the ISIS video depicting the beheading of Steven Sotloff.
The incident occurred when Barack Obama joined David Cameron on a visit to a primary school in Newport.
Prime Minister David Cameron made the claim after he and President Barack Obama wrote a joint op-ed saying they “will not be cowed” in the fight against ISIS.
Some facts are truer than others.
A truly touching message.
Eliza Doolittle was there. Kirstie Allsopp was there. Even Bruce Forsyth was there!
The prime minister started talking to bemused Teesside residents about investment in Tyneside.